Large Secondary Education Investment Includes Insulated Metal Panel Design

Friday, October 18, 2013

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The Lebanon Community School Corporation made a sizable $40 million investment into their schools including a renovation and addition on Lebanon High School. In preparation for anticipated growth this addition included a new classroom wing and a city center to provide a large hall for public meetings.

ProCLAD was the selected installer of 2 inch insulated metal panels in 30 inch module running bond pattern which is a unique design on an insulated panel job. These panels were installed at the front of the building and the classroom wings. Behind the panels was 2" rigid insulation was installed to provide the building with a superior R-value. There was also installation of aluminum composite metal panels that wrapped the "Home of the Tigers" entrance sign of the new addition. ProCLAD's scope of work was included in Phase 2 and Phase 3 of the project which was completed in December 2012 and July 2013, respectively. The building became functional for students and faculty in fall 2013.